The cinematic Pride Experience: Tata Play Binge brings you the perfect bingelist to kickoff Pride month

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Mumbai : Get ready to celebrate Pride Month in style with Tata Play Binge! Dive into a rainbow of fabulous titles that celebrate love, identity, and the vibrant LGBTQ+ community. Whether you are seeking heartwarming rom-coms that defy norms or empowering dramas that amplify voices, there’s something for every hue of the rainbow on the platform. From exciting and modern titles like Red, White & Royal Blue, to inspirational Indian titles like Haddi, catch a bingefest with delectable stories across top OTT platforms only on Tata Play Binge.

Apple TV+ – Little Voice
Little Voice is a comedy drama that takes us through the life of Bess King, played by Brittany O’Grady. Bess in her words is a mess, struggling to write her own songs, juggling jobs to pay her brother’s medical bills and aiding her friend Prisha while she’s finding her foot in the queer dating life. Bess’s courageous journey of finding her voice and identity is a fresh take on the self discovery trope and features brand new music from Jack Antonoff and Sara Bareilles. Produced by Bareilles and J.J Abrams, Little Voice makes for an amazing addition to your bingelist for its comical take on the pros and cons of being queer in this age.

Amazon Prime Video – Red, White & Royal Blue
Kick back and relax with this beloved NYT bestseller brought to life on screen by Nicholas Galitzine and
Taylor Zakhar Perez. A delightful rom-com where Galitzine plays Henry, a British prince and Perez plays Alex, the first son of the United States, the plot follows an intense bout of animosity between the pair which slowly blooms into friendship and maybe something more? But the crown always comes first and the pressures of being openly queer and famous pull the two star-crossed lovers apart. Packed with hilarious antics, royal charm, Uma Thurman playing President of the USA and wholesome LGBTQ+ content, Red, White & Royal Blue makes for the perfect watch to get into the pride mood and celebrate the spirit of love.

Disney+ Hotstar – All Of Us Strangers
Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal return to the virtual screen with this melancholic tale of grief and acceptance. Scott plays a lonely screenwriter named Adam who is coming to terms with his sexuality and indulges in an intimate fling with his neighbour Harry (Mescal). The plot thickens when Adam’s past intervenes, the grief of his parents’ untimely death and feeling of abandonment taints his perception of reality and upturns his life forever. The movie stars an amazing supporting cast including the likes of Jamie Bell and Claire Foy.

Lionsgate Play – Carol
Set in the 1950’s, Cate Blanchett plays Carol, a woman trapped in a loveless marriage, yearning for freedom from the shackles of a conventional life with her daughter. A chance encounter with Therese, an aspiring photographer, played by Rooney Mara, leads Carol down a path of rediscovery, passion and a forbidden love affair. This is grounds enough for a scandal to erupt and Carol could lose custody of her only daughter. With intense courtroom dilemmas, rumours and conflicting identities, Carol is left at the crossroads between newfound love and family. Providing an inspiring look into the lives of queer people in the 50’s, Carol is a must-watch this Pride month.

Zee5 – Haddi
Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays the role of a man named Haddi, who is on the run from cops and seeks shelter in Noida. He soon joins a group of crossdressers who pose as escorts to carry out hit jobs and extortion. Haddi’s secrets, his unsettling past and unresolved conflicts come to light as the plot progresses and we get a glimpse of Anurag Kashyap playing the main antagonist, skeevy politician Pramod Ahlawat and a special appearance by Ila Arun. This gritty and vengeful drama sheds light on the ground realities of being trans in Indian society and the struggles that come with it.

Celebrate Pride by indulging in some of the best stories curated by Tata Play Binge

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